(Changed 30 Apr 94)
- AFSC 2S071 Craftsman
- Apprentice AFSC 2S031
- AFSC 2S051 Journeyman
- Helper AFSC 2S011
1. Specialty Summary. Performs and supervises standard base supply system (SBSS) operations. Protects and managessupplies and equipment for which the Chief of Supply has storage and inventory responsibility. Oversees propertymanagement function of base supply, including receipt, inspection, issue, storage, inventory control, pickup, and delivery of supplies and equipment. Uses manual and automated supply systems to provide materiel and funds management, operations support, inventory, document control, and internal supply procedural guidance. Performs similar functions as supply liaison within aircraft, ground communications, transportation, and civil engineering organizations. Related DoD Occupational Subgroup: 551.
2. Duties and Responsibilities:
2.1. Inventory management. Plans and schedules materiel storage and distribution activities for the base supply complex. Establishes property storage, segregation, and inspection procedures. Receives and processes incoming property for base supply warehouses. Establishes sensitive, classified, radioactive, hazardous, and inflammable storage areas. Inventories base supply stock, prepares inventory adjustments, and analyzes inspection reports. Evaluates operational efficiency. Assists with warehouse layout, location symbols, and property location systems. Coordinates with base supply customers on delivery priorities and destination points. Controls stock rotation to prevent deterioration and permit maximum use of dated andtechnical order compliance assets.
2.2. Property accounting. Determines base supply stock requirements and maintains documents on establishing stock levels. Operates base service store for administrative and janitorial supplies. Processes customer requests and requisitions for supplies and equipment into the SBSS computer system.
2.3. Requirements determination. Supervises base supply equipment management activities and performs equipmentmanagement actions on base supply customer authorization requests. Computes financial programming and obligationrequirements for the chief of supply.
2.4. Supply liaison. Performs and supervises operation of supply liaison functions within aircraft, civil engineering,transportation, and ground communications maintenance activities. Operates SBSS computer interfaces to perform supply tasks.
3. Specialty Qualifications:
3.1. Knowledge. Knowledge is mandatory of: supply policies and procedures, Air Force property accounting methods,property accounting, storage methods, warehouse control (receipt, issue, and disposal), materiel handling techniques, methods of preparing and maintaining supply records, manual and automated supply accounting systems, logistics operational techniques (supply, maintenance, transportation, and procurement), and hazardous material or waste in the workcenter.
3.2. Education. For entry into this AFSC, completion of high school with a course in mathematics is desirable.
3.3. Training. For award of AFSC 2S031, completion of a basic supply management course is mandatory.
3.4. Experience. The following experience is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated:
3.4.1. 2S051. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 2S031. Also, experience is mandatory in functions such as preparingand maintaining inventory management documents and records; manual or automated supply accounting systems; orconfiguration and operation of storage facilities.
3.4.2. 2S071. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 2S051. Also, experience is mandatory performing or supervisingfunctions such as property or inventory management and property accounting.
3.5. Other. Not used.